Derrick Lytle, a freelance photographer from Utah, recently tested out Blink by shooting a time lapse video of some tulips blooming in his home studio with a GoPro HERO3+ camera.
Check out his project, his full set-up and his recap of using Blink for the first in the video below.
Here's the end result:
A nice feature of a short time lapse (interval ≤1min) is that you get the feeling of movement due to the subjects (people, cars, etc) appearing in more than one frame. This effect can be heightened by adding a motion control rig to track at a slow rate while the camera is shooting. We show you how.